Re: using default params?
> .... I guess what David wants to say is : er yes. Sorry. > > if your input attribute had had the same name as the result attribute > > it is simpler > > > > > > <table bgcolor="#ff0000"> > > <xsl:copy-of select="@bgcolor"/> > > <tr><td><xsl:apply-templates/></td></tr> > > <table> > > Only David knows what he wants to say here, because the original > posting was talking about 3 tables when each table has the 'bgcolor' > attribute. > ( BTW - <xsl:attribute> is also missing here ). No that was my point, you don't need xsl:attribute if the attribute has the same name, you can just copy the attribute node. (The point was lost as I neglected to include xsl:attribute in the previous version, as you commented. Clearly that isn't directly of use to the problem as posed but it is a useful technique in many similiar situations, which was why I said _if_ your input attribute had had David XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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